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[movies]Stan Lebar at the Early Television Museum - David Sica
The iconic images of man's first steps onto the moon were taken with a camera unlike any that had ever existed before. It had to meet previously unimaginable environmental, weight and bandwith challenges. And it had to be built using nineteen-sixties analog technology! The Apollo 11 moon camera was the result of the dedication of a group of Westinghouse engineers. Stanley Lebar led that group. In 2009, during the course of a tour of the Early Television Museum, Mr...
Keywords: Apollo 11; Early Television Museum; Stan Lebar
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[image]Restored Moonwalk Footage Release - NASA/Bill Ingalls
Stan Lebar, former Westinghouse Electric program manager, talks about the Apollo era TV cameras during NASA's briefing where restored Apollo 11 moonwalk footage was revealed for the first time at the Newseum, Thursday, July 16, 2009, in Washington, DC. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Keywords: Apollo 11 Newseum Stan Lebar Washington, DC; What -- Apollo 11; What -- TV Camera; Where -- Washington
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[image]Restored Moonwalk Footage Release - NASA/Carla Cioffi
A photograph from the 1960's showing Stan Lebar, former Westinghouse Electric program manager, holding two cameras used during the Apollo missions is seen on a large video monitor above panelists, including Stan Lebar, at NASA's briefing where restored Apollo 11 moonwalk footage was revealed for the first time at the Newseum, Thursday, July 16, 2009, in Washington, DC. Photo Credit: (NASA/Carla Cioffi)
Keywords: Apollo 11 Newseum Washington, DC Stan Lebar; What -- Apollo 11; Where -- Washington
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[image]Apollo 10 40th Anniversary Program (200905180006HQ)
NASA Apollo 10 Astronaut Gene Cernan, on stage, right, and the Newseum's distinguished journalist-in-residence, Nick Clooney, on stage, left, talk with a Stan LeBar, Program Manager of the Apollo TV Lunar Camera who helped see that Apollo 10 was the first mission to broadcast in color from the moon during a Newseum TV program celebrating the 40th anniversary of Apollo 10, Monday, May 18, 2009, in Washington...
Keywords: Apollo 10; Gene Cernan; Newseum; Nick Clooney; Stan LeBar; Washington; DC; USA; Bill Ingalls; NASA
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[image]Restored Moonwalk Footage Release - NASA/Bill Ingalls
Stan Lebar, former Westinghouse Electric program manager, left, talks about the Apollo era TV cameras such as the one on display in the foreground as Richard Nafzger, team lead and Goddard engineer, listens at NASA's briefing where restored Apollo 11 moonwalk footage was revealed for the first time at the Newseum, Thursday, July 16, 2009, in Washington, DC. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Keywords: Apollo 11 Newseum Richard Nafzger Stan Lebar TV Camera Washington, DC; What -- Apollo 11; What -- TV Camera; Where -- Washington
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[image]Restored Moonwalk Footage Release - NASA/Bill Ingalls
NASA moderator Mark Hess, left, directs reporters' questions to former Westinghouse Electric program manager Stan Lebar, second from left, team lead and Goddard engineer Richard Nafzger and president of Lowry Digital Mike Inchalik, far right, at a NASA briefing where restored Apollo 11 moonwalk footage was revealed for the first time at the Newseum, Thursday, July 16, 2009, in Washington, DC. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Keywords: Apollo 11 Newseum Washington, DC Mark Hess Mike Inchalik Stan Lebar Richard Nafzger; What -- Apollo 11; Where -- Washington
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[image]Restored Moonwalk Footage Release (200907160014HQ) - NASA
NASA Moderator, Mark Hess, left, directs reporters questions to Stan Lebar, former Westinghouse Electric program manager, 2nd from left, Richard Nafzger, team lead and Goddard engineer, and Mike Inchalik, president of Lowry Digital, far right, at a NASA briefing where restored Apollo 11 moonwalk footage was revealed for the first time at the Newseum, Thursday, July 16, 2009. Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls)
Keywords: Apollo 11; Newseum; Washington, DC; Mark Hess; Mike Inchalik; Stan Lebar; Richard Nafzger; Washington; DC; USA; Bill Ingalls; NASA; Apollo 40th Anniversary
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